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Qatar Airways expected to access contingency routes in August: source - The Star Online;

Qatar Airways expected to access contingency routes in August: source - The Star Online

The Star OnlineQatar Airways expected to access contingency routes in August: sourceThe Star OnlineMONTREAL (Reuters) - Qatar Airways is expected to have access to three contingency routes over international waters in early August, after a UN-led meeting on Monday discussed air corridors for Doha following a rift with its neighbours, a source ...and more »

Pursuit of political goals may lead to economic losses - Gulf Times

Pursuit of political goals may lead to economic lossesGulf TimesIn a now widely discredited 1990s-era theory of international relations, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman advanced the argument that no two countries with a McDonald's would go to war with one another. The logic behind the so-called “Golden ...and more »

ICAO rejects Qatar's request to condemn boycotting countries - Al-Arabiya;

ICAO rejects Qatar's request to condemn boycotting countries - Al-Arabiya

Al-ArabiyaICAO rejects Qatar's request to condemn boycotting countriesAl-ArabiyaThe Chairman of the Council opened the meeting by emphasizing avoidance of political matters and focus on the technical issues that were the responsibility of ICAO. Staff writer, Al Arabiya English Tuesday, 1 August 2017. Text size A A A. The ...and more »

ICAO directive a big victory for Qatar - Gulf Times

ICAO directive a big victory for QatarGulf TimesThe International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has asked all member states to abide by and comply with the Chicago Convention, and continue cooperation regarding aviation's safety and security and international civil aviation's efficiency and ...and more »

Qatar disputes reports about reopened Gulf airspace - Doha News;

Qatar disputes reports about reopened Gulf airspace - Doha News

Doha NewsQatar disputes reports about reopened Gulf airspaceDoha NewsAuthorities in Qatar are contesting reports that they will be allowed to use boycotting countries' airspace in the event of emergencies. In an apparent softening of the two-month-long blockade, the Saudi Press Agency announced yesterday: “Nine ...and more »

Quartet Boycotting Countries Allocate Emergency Corridors for Qatari Planes - Asharq Al-awsat English;

Quartet Boycotting Countries Allocate Emergency Corridors for Qatari Planes - Asharq Al-awsat English

Asharq Al-awsat EnglishQuartet Boycotting Countries Allocate Emergency Corridors for Qatari PlanesAsharq Al-awsat EnglishJeddah- The Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) has announced the allocation of emergency air corridors by the four Arab countries after approval by civil aviation authorities in the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain for use by Qatari companies as ...and more »

Boycotting states grant 9 emergency routes for Qatari planes - Trade Arabia

Boycotting states grant 9 emergency routes for Qatari planesTrade ArabiaThe civil aviation authorities in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt have granted nine emergency routes for use by the Qatari planes, in co-ordination with the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and the neighbouring countries, a Wam ...and more »

Anti-Qatar Bloc Opens Routes to Planes - DTN The Progressive Farmer (registration) (blog)

Anti-Qatar Bloc Opens Routes to PlanesDTN The Progressive Farmer (registration) (blog)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Four Arab states that have cut diplomatic and transport ties with Qatar said Monday that they have opened up air routes that Qatari planes can use in case of emergency. The United Arab Emirates' foreign ministry said ...and more »

'Emergency routes' opened to Qatari planes - The Australian

'Emergency routes' opened to Qatari planesThe AustralianThe four Arab states that have cut diplomatic and transport ties with Qatar say they have opened up "emergency routes" for Qatari planes to use. The United Arab Emirates' foreign ministry said on Monday that the nine corridors were being opened in ...and more »

Qatari planes now allowed to travel in UAE airspace (for emergencies) - What's On;

Qatari planes now allowed to travel in UAE airspace (for emergencies) - What's On

What's OnQatari planes now allowed to travel in UAE airspace (for emergencies)What's OnCivil aviation authorities in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain have announced that they will be opening up nine air routes for Qatari planes to travel through in the event of an emergency. The opening of the agreed emergency routes, located in ...and more »

Boycotting countries grant 9 emergency routes for Qatari planes - Emirates 24|7;

Boycotting countries grant 9 emergency routes for Qatari planes - Emirates 24|7

Emirates 24|7Boycotting countries grant 9 emergency routes for Qatari planesEmirates 24|7The civil aviation authorities in the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Arab Republic of Egypt, have granted nine emergency routes for use by the Qatari planes, in co-ordination with the International ...and more »

Emergency air corridors for allocated Qatari flights - Trade Arabia;

Emergency air corridors for allocated Qatari flights - Trade Arabia

Trade ArabiaEmergency air corridors for allocated Qatari flightsTrade ArabiaCivil Aviation Affairs of Bahrain's Ministry of Transportation has announced the allocation of emergency air corridors by the anti-terrorism quartet countries for use by Qatari companies as applicable in cases of closure of regional airspaces, a ...and more »

Four Arab states to open nine emergency routes for Qatari planes - Gulf Business News;

Four Arab states to open nine emergency routes for Qatari planes - Gulf Business News

Gulf Business NewsFour Arab states to open nine emergency routes for Qatari planesGulf Business NewsThe civil aviation authorities in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain have announced plans to open nine emergency routes for use by the Qatari planes, official news agency WAM reported on Sunday. The move is being undertaken in co-ordination with ...and more »

Qatar Denies GCC Granted Emergency Air Corridors - Antiwar.com;

Qatar Denies GCC Granted Emergency Air Corridors - Antiwar.com

Antiwar.comQatar Denies GCC Granted Emergency Air CorridorsAntiwar.comThey were light on the details of these corridors, and what constitutes an “emergency,” but said that safety was of paramount concern, and that it included a corridor operated by Egypt in the southern Mediterranean, along with other corridors in the ...and more »

Nine emergency corridors for Qatari planes - gulfnews.com;

Nine emergency corridors for Qatari planes - gulfnews.com

gulfnews.comNine emergency corridors for Qatari planesgulfnews.comAbu Dhabi: The four countries boycotting Qatar have designated nine emergency corridors for Qatari planes. The move was taken in coordination between civil aviation authorities in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt, and the International Civil ...and more »